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With the new digital clocks, there is really nothing you can do to fix this. The clock running fast is due to a faulty electronic or electric component that is out of tolerance. US electricity runs at 60Hz, which is 1 cycle per second. Clocks use this to advance the seconds on a clock. Too fast means the 60Hz on the AC power input is not being properly used and is running the clock at something less than 1 cycle per second.
The cycle dial runs like a clock and advances through each cycle and opens and closes each stage by contacts so I would say that the 1st cycle contact has burnt out which would prevent or in some cases a short will burn out the lot, usually from a power surge so if you don't have the knowledge i'm afraid it is the serviceman. But be assured that you make sure he makes that one of the first points of checking.
You can add your Twitter account, by visiting the System Preferences and the selecting Mail, Contacts, & Calendars. Once viewing this screen click the small + at the bottom of the left column. This will show you what types of accounts you can add.
Twitter is an option, just click, enter your twitter credentials and you should be off to the races and tweeting from Mountain Lion!
Can you manually rotate the timer control to the next steps? Will it proceed thru the cycles when you rotate the timer manually? If so, then you can complete the cycle manually for the time being... If so-- then the clock motor that drives the timer.control is not advancing it.
If yours is a newer machine with all digital controls, then I suspect something wrong in that controller, too-- But I do not have any idea of how to 'advance it manually! (The blessings of modern controllers!-- Give me the old clock motor driven drum controllers! :-) )
The timer will advance whenever the cold control is on. (when the compressor is running, or the timer has advanced into a defrost cycle) When the refrig is cold enough (and the timer has not advanced into defrost) the timer will not be advancing. A typical defrost timer will count up 8 hours of compressor run time before going into a 30 minute defrost cycle. (the run time and defrost time can vary greatly from model to model)
i have an xt125r and i had the same problem. try disconnecting the battery for a few minutes then when u reconnect it the screen will flash endr/mtrd and select your model(mtrd for xt125x) by turning the ignition key and pressing the blue button(the one u set your lcd with) when it's on mtrd. the battery is under the seat:p. hope it solves your problem, and make sure it's an x(much smaller front wheel)
Set the "clock" on your computer backwards, to about 1 month after you went overseas, and then run the program.
If it works, close it, and advance the clock by one month, and repeat the "open/verify/close" cycle. Repeat.
1)sensor in your setting switch is bad
2)low C fluid in your system will cause the compressor to constantly cycle on & off
3)related to #2 and if it's been doing it for awhile you will need to replace the compressor....(used one at local junkyard sells for about 50 bucks)
4)clock light would simply be a worn or weak display. Only solution would be to replace it or better still, ignore it.